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Business Program aims to end child drownings New company offers


The “2 Seconds is Too Long” drowning prevention program comes to Chandler copywriting help Fashion Center 2 to 4 p.m. May 15.


For the 11th straight year, Fulton Homes partners with News-Talk 92.3 KTAR, 98.7 The Peak, the American Red Cross Grand Canyon Chapter and SRP to educate parents and children on water safety.


“One drowning is one too many,” explains Fulton Homes CEO Douglas Fulton, “and it’s a tragedy that can be avoided with the proper precaution. The number one key to preventing deaths is to educate yourself on preventative measures and what to do in case of an emergency.”


The “2 Seconds is Too Long” program includes a CPR demonstration by the American Red Cross Grand Canyon Chapter.


To learn more, visit www.fultonhomes.com, click on the Fulton Foundation section and fi nd the link for water-safety programs.


CRAMA suspends efforts to protest GRIC airfield


In light of new information from the Gila River Indian Community (GRIC), Concerned Residents About Memorial Airfi eld (CRAMA) is suspending active efforts to oppose the development of the GRIC’s dormant Memorial Airfi eld adjacent to Sun Lakes into a public jet-capable airport.


According to the CRAMA Leadership Team, the GRIC stated it has no plans to develop the airfi eld now or in the next one to fi ve years.


CRAMA’s past efforts have included a petition drive enabling those impacted to go on record against the development, as well as presentations and written submissions to GRIC leadership laying out concerns about the effect such an airport would have on area residents.


CRAMA is discontinuing further update messages in light of the new information from GRIC. Opposition efforts will be reactivated if plans to develop the airport are renewed.


For more information, or to notify CRAMA of a change in GRIC’s plans, email CRAMA2@prodigy.net.


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Karen Oliver, vice president of the Ocotillo Chamber of Commerce, founder of Karen D. Oliver, LLC, and owner of the Chandler-based virtual tour business, Vision Marketing, is now offering copywriting services at ThisCopySells.com. “Copywriting is my passion, and I know how to write effective copy that motivates consumers to act,” says Oliver. “As a small business owner myself, I know how hard it is to do everything yourself. That’s why I decided to offer an affordable copywriting service to business owners who need it, but don’t want to hire an expensive ad agency.”


As an introductory offer, ThisCopySells.com is offering a free copy evaluation of a business website, brochure, commercial or blog – a $100 value. To learn more, visit www.thiscopysells.com, email karen@thiscopysells.com or call 480-532-5044.


Spring care for cooling systems


Extending spring cleaning to include the home’s heating and cooling system can be an economical move, according to William McAfee of Aire Serv in Chandler. “Preventative maintenance inspections can reveal air leaks, rust, corrosion and dust build-up,” McAfee explains. “A properly maintained unit will have increased effi ciency and can decrease your energy bills because it’s not working as hard to keep you comfortable.”


According to McAfee, homeowners can keep their systems running smoothly by cleaning or replacing air fi lters; opening vents in all rooms to prevent system malfunctions; removing shrubs, grass and leaves from within three feet of the outside unit; installing a programmable thermostat; and inspecting or calking windows and doors where needed. Professional technicians can also perform a system tune-up, including ductwork inspection, refrigerant checks and wiring checkups. To learn more about Aire Serv, visit www.AireServ.com.


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